Frequently Asked Questions
1. Where is the Law Library located and what are the hours?
Margaret A. Beirne
Principal Law Librarian
Bronx Supreme Court
851 Grand Concourse, RM 817
Bronx, NY 10451
Open to the public 9:30 - 1:00, 2:00 for public attorneys Monday - Friday
Bronx Hall of Justice
265 East 161 Street
Bronx, NY 10461
Fax: 718-618- 3589
2. What materials are in the Law Library collection?
The Law Library's holdings number approximately 54,000 items, in a variety of formats including books, journals, microforms, and CD-ROMs. The Law Library collection includes statutes, codes, administrative materials and case law for federal and New York State jurisdictions. The collection also includes legal periodicals, loose-leaf services, digests, treatises, legal reference materials and other sources and finding aids. Records and Briefs from New York State Appellate Courts are available on microfiche. The Law Library provides on -line access to Lexis, limited Westlaw and LoisLaw.
3. Can I borrow materials from the Law Library?
No, the Law Library does not loan materials to individuals, they are only available on site. Photocopier is available in the Law Library. Copies cost fifteen cents a page. The machine accepts nickels, dimes, quarters and one dollar bills.